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Law enforcement squelch Plymouth underage party


This news story was published on January 24, 2016.
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plymouthPLYMOUTH, IOWA – Law enforcement obtained a search warrant and raided an underage party early Sunday morning.

Cerro Gordo deputies and Iowa State Patrol went to a house in Plymouth after receiving information that an possible underage party was in progress, with potential alcohol and drug use. According to law enforcement, a causal encounter with two subjects a short distance from the party location led them to seek the search warrant. One of those subjects was cited for minor consumption of alcohol.

At 2:49 AM, deputies and troopers arrived at 805 River Street. NIT was told that allegedly, some patrons of the party admitted they had been drinking and a smell similar to marijuana was present. Two residents, 18-year-old Coltan Jacob Kessler and 18-year-old Trevor Micahel Grefe, were charged with hosting an underage party. Several subject were cited for minor consumption and one juvenile referral was completed.

Kessler was arrested and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Kessler, Coltan Jacob

Kessler, Coltan Jacob

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2 Responses to Law enforcement squelch Plymouth underage party

  1. Karl Kessler Reply Report comment

    January 25, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    What this article doesn’t say is that there was more police involved then so called party goers……and no one was actually intoxicated. …brilliant investigative journalism. ..smh

    • At the Party Reply Report comment

      January 25, 2016 at 5:58 pm

      You must be Coltan’s daddy. Nowhere in the article does it say anyone was intoxicated. Get a brain, genius.